Destiny 2 going offline Monday for maintenance and patch

Destiny 2’s servers will be down for maintenance on the morning of Monday, Sept. 25, as developer Bungie prepares to release a new patch for the game, the studio announced last night.

Bungie expects it will need five to six hours to perform maintenance, after which it will push Destiny 2’s version 1.0.3 update live.

The maintenance window is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. ET, when players will no longer be allowed to sign in if they’re not already playing Destiny 2. At 10 a.m., Bungie will kick all remaining players off of the game’s servers. The studio plans to bring the game back online and release the v1.0.3 patch by 3 p.m. ET.

Bungie hasn’t yet said what will change with that update. But the studio did provide a list of Destiny 2 issues that the development team is aware of and investigating:

  • Trials of the Nine was not disabled properly at this week’s ritual reset. Moving forward, players should expect this activity to be available each Friday at 10 a.m. PDT through Tuesday at 2 a.m. PDT.
  • The quest step “His Highness’s Seal” is not properly incrementing when players acquire Emperor Seals.
  • Occasionally, objects aren’t properly spawning within the Exodus Crash Nightfall strike. Players may need to relaunch the activity for objectives to properly spawn.
  • Public event completions are not properly granting Clan XP upon completion.
  • Clan Engrams are not being rewarded to some qualifying players. NOTE: If a player leaves a clan and joins a new clan mid-week, they will not be able to earn further Clan Engrams until the following weekly reset.
  • If a player creates a new character after an alternate character has earned a raid key on a given week, the key will be erroneously removed from character Inventory. NOTE: Raid keys are removed, by design, with each weekly ritual reset.

After a planned four-hour maintenance window turned into seven hours of downtime during Destiny 2’s first week of release — due to extenuating circumstances — Bungie finished work on its servers well ahead of schedule the next time around. We’ll see how this week’s maintenance goes, and we’ll update this article with details on v1.0.3 when they’re available.

For more on Destiny 2, read our review and check out our extensive guide.

Samsung vs Xiaomi offline store fight: Retailers get hurt as Samsung-Xiaomi war intensifies

KOLKATA: Samsung is said to be unhappy with two leading retail chains for promoting rival Xiaomi’s smartphones with store-front signage and in-store branding as its battle with the Chinese company for control of the retail channel intensifies.

The two companies have been trying to dominate the retail space since July when Xiaomi, till then focussed only on e-commerce, stepped up efforts to rope in leading offline stores as preferred retail partners.

Officials of the two retail chains refused to comment due to the sensitivity of the matter.

An email sent to Xiaomi India did not elicit any response. Samsung India, too, did not respond to an email.

“Samsung is trying to sort out the issue with the two retailers ahead of the festive season,” an industry executive said without wanting to be named.

This comes at a time when several neighbourhood cell phone stores are teaming up to take Samsung to the Competition Commission of India (CCI) for not supplying handsets for almost two months after they tied up with Xiaomi, three industry executives said. They will approach the CCI arguing that Samsung and its distributors are not allowing them to do business with other brands, impacting their business, the executives said. About 300 retailers in Delhi, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Haryana, Indore, Lucknow, Kanpur, Gujarat and Kolkata have been affected after they signed up with Xiaomi as its preferred retail partner, they said.

The owner of a cellphone store in Delhi said the retailers took legal opinion and decided to approach CCI after Samsung and its distributors categorically told them there will be no supplies till they stopped selling Xiaomi smartphones, which already account for 35-40 per cent of their business.

Retailers get hurt as Samsung-Xiaomi war intensifies

“In fact, Xiaomi is helping the affected retailers with advice and additional business support. This is a good opportunity for Xiaomi to get retailers’ confidence, now that it is betting big on brick-and-mortar retailers to grow in India,” one of the executives quoted above said.

The CEO of a retail chain said Xiaomi has informed retailers that it will support them by changing its business strategy. The Chinese smartphone maker is introducing its new models like Mi A1 and Mi Max 2 in offline stores along with their online launch, as compared to its earlier strategy of launching them online first.

Xiaomi India managing director Manu Jain had recently tweeted that the company’s offline sales have grown 10 times since January after it roped in retailers as preferred partners, and around 20 per cent of the sales now are offline. He also tweeted that all those offline retailers who have joined hands with the company have reported massive jump in traffic and sales.

As per Hong Kong-based market tracker Counterpoint Research, Samsung is the smartphone market leader in India with 24.1 per cent share for the April-June period, followed by Xiaomi at 15.5 per cent.

Samsung Gear Icon X earbuds work like Apple’s AirPods but you can store music on them to use offline

SURE, the name doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue.

But Samsung’s cordless earbuds – the Gear Icon X – are incredibly nifty.

 The earbuds have up to 7 hours playback, or 4 if connecting to your phone
The earbuds have up to 7 hours playback, or 4 if connecting to your phone

Just like Apple’s AirPods, they sync to your device using Bluetooth, so you don’t get in a tangle while playing tunes.

But unlike its Silicon Valley rivals, its allows you to store music on the buds themselves, so they can be used offline.

Available soon in black, grey or pink, each earpiece can store 4GB of memory.

Samsung unveil Gear IconX earphones that they hope can rival the Apple AirPod

Samsung claims you’ll get up to seven hours juice in Standalone Mode or up to five hours when connected in Bluetooth Mode.

Talk time is up to four hours and the charging case provides one extra charge on the go.

 The new earbuds come in black, white and pink and may lack the sleek design of Apple's AirPods but appears to have much better function
The new earbuds come in black, white and pink and may lack the sleek design of Apple’s AirPods but appears to have much better function

If you’re pondering over Apple’s latest headphone release, have a gander at our Apple AirPods review.

But Apple fans might not be happy when it comes to the numbers.

If Samsung’s specs are to be believed, they well and truly trump Apple’s offering.


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The iPhone compatible AirPods offer just five hours of listening time and two hours of talk time on one charge.

Announced on Wednesday at annual tech conference IFA in Berlin, it was not immediately clear when Samsung’s new headphones will be released in the UK.

They were the third wearable announcement from the Korean electronics giant today.

 The new Gear Sport boasts 'sophisticated fitness tracking, built-in GPS and a standalone music player'
The new Gear Sport boasts ‘sophisticated fitness tracking, built-in GPS and a standalone music player’

It unveiled two new smart watches at the IFA conference in Berlin  – which saw tech fans queuing to get in.

Gadget fans can look forward to the Gear Sport – an update of the Gear S3 – and a lightweight Gear Fit2 Pro.

 The AirPods were unveiled in September 2016 along with the iPhone 7

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The AirPods were unveiled in September 2016 along with the iPhone 7

Cynical onlookers might say the move was an attempt to derail its biggest rival.

Apple is said to be launching its new iPhone and a mystery new smartwatch on September 12, less than two weeks away.

Samsung isn’t pulling any punches after a tumultuous 2017 in which it had to recall its luxury smartphone because it was found to explode in people’s hands.

But is successor was unveiled at special “unboxing” press conference in New York last week without a hitch.

Apple AirPods VS Gear Icon X in numbers: The stats tech geeks will want to know

Battery life

AirPods have five hours of listening time and two hours of talk time on one charge.

Gear Icon X has seven hours of listening time and four hours of talktime

 

Charging

The AirPods case has enough juice to last 24 hours and can fully charge the Airpods in roughly half an hour. It’s fitted with a lightning connector, so can be plugged into the USB slot on a computer or the power adaptors which come with other Apple devices.

Gear Icon X case has one full charge – it’s unclear how long this takes at time of writing.

 

Sensors

AirPods have a microphone for voice calls and Siri as well as an optical sensor to detect if the AirPod is in someone’s ear. The microphone can automatically detect speech, whilst an accelerometer detects movement.

Similarly, the Gear Icon X buds have an accelerometer, capacitive touch and can detect your voice.

Weight 

Apple wins at 4g per bud and the charging case weighs 38g.

Gear Icon X weighs 8g per bud and the case weighs 54.5g.

It wasn’t just Apple that needs to watch its back.

Samsung announced a cordless vacuum cleaner the POWERstick PRO, which does a similar job to Dyson’s version.

It also unveiled its most massive QLED smart TVs yet along with new versions of its swanky Frame model – which looks like a picture mounted to your wall.


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Motorola Goes Offline With ‘Moto Hubs’ – Its First-Ever Retail Stores in India

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Motorola has officially opened its experiential retail stores in India. Read to find what Motorola has lined up in its Moto Hub stores.

Motorola Goes Offline With 'Moto Hubs' - Its First-Ever Retail Stores in India
Motorola has officially opened its experiential retail stores in India.(Image: News18.com)
Motorola has opened its first lot of experiential retail stores in India. The smartphone company is calling the stores “Moto Hub” and has officially opened six such stores across NCR and Mumbai. Motorola is offering the full portfolio of Motorola products in its Moto Hubs and aims to give a hands-on demo of its smartphones to the users through these retail stores. By the end of this financial year, Motorola aims to open 50 Moto Hubs across the top tier towns in India.

All Moto Hub stores will also house devices that are exclusively available online. These stores will also showcase the complete portfolio of Motorola devices, including the full Moto E, Moto C, Moto G families as well as Moto Z2 Play and Moto MODs along with Motorola accessories like on-ear and in-ear headphones, Moto shells, covers etc.

The first Moto Hub stores officially open today at:

• Great India Place, NOIDA
• Logix Mall, NOIDA
• Shipra Mall, Indirapuram
• Xperia Mall, Dombivali, Mumbai
• Korum Mall, Thane, Mumbai and
• Viviana Mall, Thane, Mumbai

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Pokemon Go DOWN – Niantic servers appear to be offline for hundreds | Gaming | Entertainment

UPDATE ONE: Pokemon Go still appears to be down for hundreds of users, with reports of the Niantic app not working continuing to stream in two hours after the issue was first reported.

Down Detector and Down Detector UK are still receiving reports from Pokemon Go players that the Android and iPhone app is not working.

According to Down Detector, 64 per cent of users are having log in issues and 35 per cent experiencing server connection issues.

ORIGINAL: Pokemon Go is down for hundreds of players, with reports of the iPhone and Android app not working flooding in.

The Pokemon Go server status doesn’t make good reading for fans, who have complained about not being able to connect on social media.

There have been hundreds of reports on Down Detector, which measures outage stats for popular apps, websites and online services.

Half of those users who reported issues are having server problems, the other half log-in issues.

Pokemon Go players in the US and UK all experienced issues with the game tonight, according to Down Detector.

The independent site also recorded also issues with Pokemon Go in Japan, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy and Spain.

One Pokemon Go fan tweeted: “In the middle of 45 evolutions in a row, it simply stopped with red ERROR! Now I can’t login #PokemonGO”.

Another added: “It took about an hour after a Pokemon returned for the coins to show up in the store page.”

And one fuming player said: “Hey @PokemonGoApp @NianticLabs how about you stop booting me from the #PokemonGo game every 20 minutes?”

On Down Detector, at its peak there were 577 reports of people experiencing issues with Pokemon Go.

While on Down Detector UK, the peak was 301 reports of issues with the iOS and Android app. 

As Pokemon Go fans took to social media to report issues with the service the Niantic Support Twitter account said they were looking into it.

They tweeted: “We’re looking into reports that some Trainers are experiencing login issues. Thank you for your patience as we investigate.”

The official Pokemon Go Twitter account also posted: “We’re investigating an issue which is preventing some Trainers from logging in. Thank you for your patience as we look into this issue.”

The server issues with Pokemon Go appear began around 6.25pm BST.

The news comes just over a week after Pokemon Go celebrated its first birthday.

A series of events are being held to mark the landmark, including Pokemon Go Fest.

This is a huge event taking place in Chicago on July 22 and 23. Tickets to the massive Pokemon Go event quickly sold out.

In the UK, Niantic has teamed with Big Heritage to bring a major Pokemon Go event to historical locations throughout Chester.

Players will be able to take part in trail activities, while historical landmarks will be transformed into PokeStops for the duration of the weekend.

There will even be activities based in Chester Castle, which is open to the public for the first time in 20 years.

The Pokemon Go UK Anniversary will take place over the weekend of July 22 and July 23. As an added bonus, you won’t need to buy a ticket.

Lenovo, Motorola to slash handset prices sold offline

By: PTI | New Delhi |
Published:July 13, 2017 6:34 pm


Moto, Motorola, motorola e4 plus, price drop of smartphones, price drop of moto phones, Lenovo price drop, GST, price drop after gst, price after gst, lenovo phones price after gst, price fall, Technology, tech news “We will cut the prices of handsets sold through retail stores. We are still evaluating the quantum of price cut. This would come into effect soon,” said Lenovo MBG India Executive Director Sudhin Mathur.

Tech major Lenovo said it will slash prices of handsets sold through offline retail channels in the coming days, following the GST implementation Motorola handsets sold through brick-and-mortar store too will see the downward price revision.

“We will cut the prices of handsets sold through retail stores. We are still evaluating the quantum of price cut. This would come into effect soon,” said Lenovo MBG India Executive Director Sudhin Mathur. He added that the revision follows the rollout of GST. However, prices of the new devices being introduced i the market factor in the impact of the new tax regime, Mathur said.

Players like Apple and Asus have already reduced price of their smartphones after July 1 when the GST regime cam into effect. Under GST, mobile handsets are being taxed at 12 per cent as compared to an earlier range of 8-18 per cent depending o the states.

The government had also introduced a 10 per cent basic customs duty on mobile phones and certain parts, in a bid t promote domestic manufacturing. Lenovo (along with Motorola) manufacture their handset in India through contract manufacturing.

India is one of the fastest growing smartphone market globally. Players like Samsung, Micromax and Lava have had significant hold of the market, Chinese players like Lenovo, Vivo and Oppo are aggressively eating into their market share.

The competition among these players is fierce, especially in the affordable (Rs 12,000 and below) and mid-range (R 12,000-20,000) handsets.

Motorola also launched the fourth generation of it affordable ‘E’ series. The Moto E4 will be available in two versions – Moto E4 for Rs 8,999 (offline retail only) and E Plus priced at Rs 9,999 (Flipkart). “Over 52 million devices were sold in the last 4 quarter in the USD 100-200 category, making it the largest segment Interestingly, online and offline account for similar proportion of this segment,” he said.

Motorola has the ‘E’ series and the recently launched ‘C series in the $100-$200 price category. “This segment is witnessing growth, driven by demand fro first-time buyers as well as people upgrading from their firs smartphones to a better device,” he said.

Mathur added that Lenovo has a market share of around 2 per cent in the said price segment. The E4 features a 5-inch display, 2GB RAM, 1.3 Ghz quad core processor, 16GB internal memory (expandable up to 128GB) 8MP rear and 5MP front camera and 2,800 mAh battery. The E4 Plus has a bigger 5.5-inch display, 3GB RAM, 32 G internal memory (expandable upto 128GB), 13MP rear and 5M front camera and 5,000 mAh battery.

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Price to drop soon for Lenovo, Motorola handsets sold offline

NEW DELHI: Tech major Lenovo today said it will slash prices of handsets sold through offline retail channels in the coming days, following the GST implementation.

Motorola handsets sold through brick-and-mortar stores too will see the downward price revision.

“We will cut the prices of handsets sold through retail stores. We are still evaluating the quantum of price cut. This would come into effect soon,” Lenovo MBG India Executive Director Sudhin Mathur told PTI.

He added that the revision follows the rollout of GST.

However, prices of the new devices being introduced in the market factor in the impact of the new tax regime, Mathur said.

Players like Apple and Asus have already reduced prices of their smartphones after July 1 when the GST regime came into effect.

Under GST, mobile handsets are being taxed at 12 per cent as compared to an earlier range of 8-18 per cent depending on the states.

The government had also introduced a 10 per cent basic customs duty on mobile phones and certain parts, in a bid to promote domestic manufacturing.

Lenovo (along with Motorola) manufacture their handsets in India through contract manufacturing.

India is one of the fastest growing smartphone markets globally. Players like Samsung, Micromax and Lava have had a significant hold of the market, Chinese players like Lenovo, Vivo and Oppo are aggressively eating into their market share.

The competition among these players is fierce, especially in the affordable (Rs 12,000 and below) and mid-range (Rs 12,000-20,000) handsets.

Motorola today also launched the fourth generation of its affordable ‘E’ series. The Moto E4 will be available in two versions — Moto E4 for Rs 8,999 (offline retail only) and E4 Plus priced at Rs 9,999 (Flipkart).

“Over 52 million devices were sold in the last 4 quarters in the USD 100-200 category, making it the largest segment. Interestingly, online and offline account for similar proportion of this segment,” he said.

Motorola has the ‘E’ series and the recently launched ‘C’ series in the USD 100-200 price category.

“This segment is witnessing growth, driven by demand from first-time buyers as well as people upgrading from their first smartphones to a better device,” he said.

Mathur added that Lenovo has a market share of around 28 per cent in the said price segment.

The E4 features a 5-inch display, 2GB RAM, 1.3 Ghz quad- core processor, 16GB internal memory (expandable up to 128GB), 8MP rear and 5MP front camera and 2,800 mAh battery.

The E4 Plus has a bigger 5.5-inch display, 3GB RAM, 32 GB internal memory (expandable upto 128GB), 13MP rear and 5MP front camera and 5,000 mAh battery.

Price drop soon for Lenovo, Motorola handsets sold offline

Tech major Lenovo on Wednesday said it will slash prices of handsets sold through offline retail channels in the coming days, following the GST implementation.

Motorola handsets sold through brick-and-mortar stores too will see the downward price revision.

“We will cut the prices of handsets sold through retail stores. We are still evaluating the quantum of a price cut. This would come into effect soon,” Lenovo MBG India Executive Director Sudhin Mathur told PTI.

He added that the revision follows the rollout of GST.

However, prices of the new devices being introduced in the market factor in the impact of the new tax regime, Mathur said.

Players like Apple and Asus have already reduced prices of their smartphones after July 1 when the GST regime came into effect.

Under GST, mobile handsets are being taxed at 12 percent as compared to an earlier range of 8-18 percent depending on the states.

The government had also introduced a 10 percent basic customs duty on mobile phones and certain parts, in a bid to promote domestic manufacturing.

Lenovo (along with Motorola) manufacture their handsets in India through contract manufacturing.

India is one of the fastest growing smartphone markets globally. Players like Samsung, Micromax and Lava have had a significant hold of the market, Chinese players like Lenovo, Vivo, and Oppo are aggressively eating into their market share.

The competition among these players is fierce, especially in the affordable (Rs 12,000 and below) and mid-range (Rs 12,000-20,000) handsets.

Motorola on Wednesday also launched the fourth generation of its affordable ‘E’ series.

The Moto E4 will be available in two versions — Moto E4 for Rs 8,999 (offline retail only) and E4 Plus priced at Rs 9,999 (Flipkart).

“Over 52 million devices were sold in the last 4 quarters in the USD 100-200 category, making it the largest segment. Interestingly, online and offline account for a similar proportion of this segment,” he said.

Motorola has the ‘E’ series and the recently launched ‘C’ series in the USD 100-200 price category.

“This segment is witnessing growth, driven by demand from first-time buyers as well as people upgrading from their first smartphones to a better device,” he said.

Mathur added that Lenovo has a market share of around 28 percent in the said price segment.

The E4 features a 5-inch display, 2GB RAM, 1.3 Ghz quad- core processor, 16GB internal memory (expandable up to 128GB), 8MP rear and 5MP front camera and 2,800 mAh battery.

The E4 Plus has a bigger 5.5-inch display, 3GB RAM, 32 GB internal memory (expandable up to 128GB), 13MP rear and 5MP front camera and 5,000 mAh battery.

Moto Z2 Perform Now Available via Flipkart and Offline Retail at Rs. 27,999

Lenovo launched the Moto Z2 Perform in India previous week, and the device is now accessible for acquire via Flipkart and via offline retailers. The significant emphasize of the Moto Z2 Perform is its Moto Mods assist, and the smartphone is priced at Rs. 27,999.

On the 1st working day of Moto Z2 Perform sale, Flipkart has outlined “no-price tag EMI” possibilities and a five p.c instant price reduction for all Axis Bank Buzz credit rating card holders. Clients can also avail an added Rs. two,000 price reduction on trade and up to 55 p.c off on choose Mods acquire. If you acquire the Moto Z2 Perform along with the Hasselblad Real Zoom Camera and the JBL SoundBoost speaker Mods, you can get up to 57 p.c price reduction on the Mods, and obtain it all at a price of Rs. forty five,997.

Flipkart is also providing a buyback assure give for Rs. 599, where by the person will get a certain Rs. 11,000 on trade of Moto Z2 Perform on Flipkart inside 6 to eight months from acquire. For trade among 9 to twelve months from acquire, the trade benefit will go down to Rs. 8,five hundred. On top of that, Lenovo has also declared a 100GB more Reliance Jio 4G data give for Jio buyers.

Moto Z2 Perform specs

Moto Z2 Perform runs on Android seven.one.one Nougat and has a five.five-inch full-High definition (1080×1920 pixels) Super AMOLED show with Corning Gorilla Glass three safety and a pixel density of 401ppi. The smartphone is powered by a two.2GHz Snapdragon 626 octa-main processor paired with 4GB RAM.

The Moto Z2 Perform sporting activities a twelve-megapixel rear camera with a one.4-micron pixel sensor, an aperture of f/one.seven, a color correlated temperature (CCT) twin-LED flash, as perfectly as laser and twin autofocus lens (laser autofocus with expanded array up to five metres and three million twin autofocus pixels), At the entrance, there is a five-megapixel selfie camera with an f/two.two aperture, large-angle lens, and a twin-LED CCT flash.

The 64GB of inbuilt storage on board the Moto Z2 Perform can be expanded via microSD card (up to 2TB) – the smartphone has a committed microSD card slot, separate from the SIM slots. The smartphone packs a 3000mAh battery, a big downgrade from 3510mAh battery witnessed on the predecessor Moto Z Perform, but Lenovo statements the new, more effective chipset will compensate for the reduction. The TurboPower charger bundled with the Moto Z2 Perform provides fifty p.c demand in just thirty minutes, and the battery is rated to deliver up to thirty hrs of blended utilization.

Moto Z2 Perform connectivity possibilities contain 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/g/b/n (two.4GHz and 5GHz), Bluetooth 4.two, USB Form-C (three.one), a three.5mm headphone jack, NFC, FM radio, and GPS/ A-GPS. Sensors on board contain accelerometer, ambient gentle sensor, gyroscope, magnetometer, and proximity sensor. The Moto Z2 Perform weighs a hundred forty five grams, and measures 156.2×76.2×5.99mm.

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